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6ix on a Wave: Who would you rather Toronto FC face in the first round?

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Choose your fighter: Nashville SC, New England Revolution, or the Montreal Impact?

SOCCER: SEP 09 MLS - Toronto FC at Montreal Impact
Toronto FC forward Jozy Altidore (17) tracks the ball beside Montreal Impact midfielder Samuel Piette (6)
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TORONTO, Canada—Seeing as there’s no Prediction League this week, I thought I’d dust off that other favourite call-and-response WTR column, the one with the playlists!

Let’s keep it short and sweet, and get into it in the comments thread. This is the way.

The 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs are upon us! Your beloved Toronto FC finished up the regular season in 2nd place overall and now we wait on the play-in rounds to determine our first victim.

But where’s the fun in that?

This week, The MLS Mothership was chock-a-block with all manner of brackets and predictions:

Spoiler Alert - It looks like our neighbours down south are sleeping on the Reds, again—save for everybody’s favourite armchair analyst, Matthew Doyle, who picked another TFC/Sounders final with the Reds emerging triumphant.

So, how do we all feel in TFC-Land?

To refresh:

Toronto FC will learn who their first-round opponent will be following Friday’s play-in games. The Reds can face either expansion side Nashville SC for the first time, New England Revolution, or Montreal Impact in their first round matchup. When we discussed this on the latest edition of WTR Weekly, the overwhelming favourite was the Impact.

But is that still the case? Here we go:

WHAT TEAM DO YOU WANT TO SEE TFC FACE IN THE FIRST ROUND, AND WHY?

Poll

Who would you rather Toronto FC face in their first round playoff matchup?

This poll is closed

  • 50%
    Nashville SC
    (66 votes)
  • 6%
    New England Revolution
    (8 votes)
  • 43%
    Montreal Impact
    (56 votes)
130 votes total Vote Now

We’ve been having some great debates on the boards recently. Let’s keep the flavour going!


THIS WEEK’S PLAYLIST:

It’s been awhile, so here’s a bunch of great new stuff and some old earworms.